The Nare is located in a quiet and secluded bay on the south coast of Cornwall, in South West England
The Nare is surely one of the most beautifully situated hotels in the British isles. Set on the Roseland Peninsula, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the hotel benefits from spectacular sea views and the natural beauty of the rural landscape.
Located south of Truro and just over four hours from London, The Nare is a perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of life and discover the stunning natural beauty, culture, and historic sights on offer in Cornwall.
The Nare hotel is located in a quiet and secluded position overlooking Carne beach. Rugged headlands stretch into the sea on both sides, providing dramatic and panoramic sea views across Gerrans Bay. The Nare is also surrounded by unspoilt rolling countryside, which offer a more peaceful stay, away from the busy resorts. Watch the video above to see for yourself.
The postcard pretty village of Veryan lies a mile inland from The Nare. Veryan has an array of quaint and quintessentially English cottages that hark back to a bygone era. The five round houses built in the early nineteenth century by vicar, Jeremiah Trist, are especially pretty. Veryan church is also famous for reportedly containing the longest grave in England, where nineteen souls from a merchant shipwreck in 1914 are buried head to foot.
The Roseland is one of Cornwall’s special places. Secluded creeks, beautiful gardens, historic churches, art galleries and castles are just some of the delights found in this rural, unspoilt landscape. The famous South West Coastal Path also runs through the Roseland and alongside the hotel. The dramatic Fal Estuary and the picturesque harbours of Mevagissey and St Mawes are also close by.
Cornwall is renowned for beautiful villages, harbours, beaches, and stunning coastal scenery. The Nare is well placed to access all of the natural beauty on offer. Many of the Great Gardens of Cornwall are nearby including The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan, which are world renowned and not to be missed. Other top sights include St. Michael’s Mount (pictured), Tate St Ives, the Minack Theatre, and Lanhydrock Hosue - regarded as the Downton Abbey of Cornwall.
The Roseland benefits from a remarkable subtropical microclimate that supports palm trees in the hotel garden, produces daffodils at Christmas, and an early spring in Cornwall's world-famous gardens. The Nare founded Cornwall's Spring Story to recognise and celebrate the moment Cornish Magnolias flower, spring has arrived in England.